Blotter, Feb. 6, 2013
Cop wounds lunging dog
A Montrose police officer shot a pit bull Monday morning after the pit bull and another dog allegedly charged at the officer when he got out of his patrol car on an unrelated case in the Cimarron Creek area off 65.30 Road, according to Police Chief Tom Chinn.
The bullet grazed the pit bull’s back, and the two dogs — the other was uninjured — reportedly ran home, where the officer found the owner, 47-year-old Dedera Crockett.
Crockett was ticketed on suspicion of two counts of having a dangerous animal, two counts of a dog running at large, two counts of failing to license a dog, and exceeding the limit on the number of dogs allowed by a homeowner in Montrose, Chinn said.
The pit bull will be fine, and the officer was uninjured, Chinn added.
Walker reported stolen
A pink walker left at the door of a Clifton store Sunday was stolen while the victim shopped. There is no suspect information, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department:
■ Someone broke into a home Monday in the northeast side of Grand Junction and stole less than $20,000 in property.
According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department:
■ Someone stole less than $100 in items from City Market, 200 Rood Ave., on Monday.
■ Someone reported Sunday that he had purchased an $485 part from a salvage yard. When he went to pick it up at an apartment complex where the part was being stored, it had been stolen.
■ Several students were ticketed Jan. 31 on suspicion of possession of marijuana at Central High School.
According to the Montrose County Sheriff’s Department:
■ A deputy assisted a local official Monday with the repossession of license plates in the 7000 block of 6055 Road in Olathe.
According to the Montrose Police Department:
■ An assault was reported Monday in the 600 block of East Main Street. An investigation continues.
■ Criminal mischief was reported Monday in the 2300 block of East Main Street.